With the unusually warm July temperatures (by Bay Area standards) two popular East Bay swimming spots have shut down due to health concerns caused by rare toxic algae blooms.
The death of tens of thousands of abalone along the Bay Area’s coastline is being blamed on a microscopic sea creature.
Scientists say clearer water lets in more sunlight, which is causing more algae to grow in the bay.
Some San Rafael residents are suffering through a stinky summer.
Head over the old Bay Bridge lately? Driven past Candlestick Park? The old eastern span of the Bay Bridge and Candlestick Park could turn San Francisco Bay into a marine paradise…
Drivers in the San Francisco Bay Area were the first in the nation to fill up their gas tanks with an algae-based biofuel.
NASA scientists working at a San Francisco sewage treatment plant in Hunter’s Point believe they’ve developed a way to use wastewater to make biofuels.
A Santa Clara County neighborhood will get a fogging treatment early next week following the findings.